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#233268 7-Apr-2018 18:24
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I'm need a couple more of these for my PSU, but I'll be damned if I can find where to buy them.

 

Two of them would be great if anyone has any from and old Enermax PSU.

 

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  #1991237 7-Apr-2018 19:37
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ha ha ha funny story, i have just made some replacements for a friend today, for the exact same power supply and exact same cables, how many are you after and what length?




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  #1991288 7-Apr-2018 22:14
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sparkz25:

 

ha ha ha funny story, i have just made some replacements for a friend today, for the exact same power supply and exact same cables, how many are you after and what length?

 

 

@sparkz25 The ones I have are about 750mm total length (about 450mm from PSU connector to first SATA plug, then 100mm to each subsequent SATA plug).

 

Although, if you can make them I might have to measure up so I could get a perfect fit.

 

How much would you charge?

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #1991495 8-Apr-2018 17:03
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so the plugs were the hardest to find and i have managed to track them down, but i have 2 with 2 clips and 2 with one clip, but they are all the same part just less one clip on 2 of the plugs and they were about $2.50 each

 

how many sata connectors are you wanting on each cable? the sata plugs were about $1.00 each

 

 

so the top plugs are the only sata connector that i have left, (that lead has been given to my mate and is showing you the difference between plugs) the sata plugs that i have there are the ones where the wire comes out the back and doesnt pass through like the plug in the lead or the lead that you have for that fact.

 

 




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